EDISON, NJ -- Judy Minnium of Scotch Plains and Giavanna Brito of Woodbridge, freshmen at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, enjoy modeling the four stages of cell division (mitosis) using pipe cleaners and oreos and sprinkles in Dr. Susan Zusman's Biology class. The class is currently focusing on the cell cycle and how its misregulation can cause cancer.
Studying Cells at Wardlaw-Hartridge
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